My 100th Post

100th post mipWow – this is my 100th post. When I first started this blog I was using it mainly as a form of therapy. Now it’s taken on a life of it’s own (almost)!

The Global Differences of Baby-Making series now features over 25 stories from mothers in 16 different countries and it’s still growing!

So to celebrate my 100th post I thought I’d link up your favourite posts over the last year:

5 Confessions of a Breastfeeding Mother

10 Truths about Breastfeeding a Toddler

8 Confessions of a First Time Mother: Body Image

A special thanks goes to all my guest posters and all the mamas who have supported, inspired and, at times, challenged me over the last year.

If you haven’t already liked MummyinProvence on Facebook please do. Also, if you think you are following me on Twitter you might not be. A new MummyinProvence account has been created so please head over and follow me again.

Normal posting will resume shortly! Thank you all again!

Ameena (MummyinProvence)

11 thoughts on “My 100th Post

  1. NayDiaz

    Congrats on your first 100 posts!!! It has been great finding you on Twitter and reading your blog (btw Love the new image!) … Ah! and that’s a wonderful pic of BiP in a lavender field: Very Provençal!!! 😀

  2. lostandforgotten

    You re-did your website! It looks so pretty =) love the lavender fields and congrats on your 100th post!

  3. Ameena Falchetto

    @lostandforgotten Thanks so much! Still have some more work to do on it but have been wanting to organise it better for a while!

  4. ExpatDoctorMom


    Congrats on you 100th post!Love the look of the website and the lavender fields as well! Fabulous and of course that you are using Livefyre. I will switch soon 🙂

    To many more good posts!


  5. bdorman264

    Cool beans, I didn’t know you had 100 in the can; thought I’d drop by and say congratulations. I like the look of your site now too.

    I was thinking of you guys yesterday as I had to make an economic development presentation to a contingent from the PACA region South of France (which also incorporates Provence). They probably only understood about 1/2 of what I was saying, but it was an interesting and lively discussion with both groups.

    The person giving the presentation was Cristele Couget and she’s with They are working w/ entrepreneurs in your region trying to find a landing spot for them here in the US and I’m sure we are trying to do the same sending people back to your area. Maybe next time they will let me come to their place, huh?

    Hope all is well.

  6. Ameena Falchetto

    @ExpatDoctorMom Thanks Rajka! Glad you like it – still needs a lot more work but I’ve had some good feedback so far!

  7. Mrs B

    There are lots of blog birthdays happening these days 🙂 Happy 100th post to you!

    1. Ameena Falchetto Post author

      Thank you!!!


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